Thor Odinson Apr 27, 2014 3:30:58 GMT
Post by Deleted on Apr 27, 2014 3:30:58 GMT
ALIAS: Donald Blake (While on Midguard)
OCCUPATION: God of Thunder, Asgardian God of Strength, Heir to Asgard’s Throne
MEMBER GROUP: Asgardians
POWERS AND ABILITIES:
Regenerative Healing Factor,
Summon and Control Lightening,
PLAYBY: Chris Hemsworth
PLAYER NAME: Ani
TIMEZONE: London, England
OTHER CHARACTERS:Logan (Wolverine)
+Mjolnir: ”Uh Yeah, No! Bad Call! He loves his Hammer!”
Given to him by his father, Mjolnir is both the source of Thor’s power and proof that he is worthy of it. It answers his call like it has life of its own and reminds him always of his Asgardian heritage.
+Jane Foster: ”She Searches For You”
During his brief time in exile on Earth, Thor met and subsequently fell in love with one Jane Foster. Unlike any woman he had ever met, she has captured his attention and his heart. Currently separated by his duty and the argument from his family over her fleetingly short human life, he pines for her and watches Midgard constantly to protect both it and her.
+Midgard: ”The Earth is under my protection.”
Of all the nine realms, unaware of the circumstances of his birth, Midgard is where Thor feels most drawn to. Mostly a peaceful and backwards world, it gives him a break from the increasing pressure of taking the Asgardian throne and his protection of the nine realms.
+Friends: ”My friends, have you forgotten all that we have done together?”
Fandral, Hogun, Volstagg and Sif are his best friends on ASgard. They are the ones he trusts his life to as they ride together into battle, and who he knows would give their lives for him in turn should it be needed though he strives for that never to happen. Without their support and guidance he would feel alone and almost lost when staring his destiny in the face. The group of humans he has aligned himself with on Midgard are starting to fall into the same category, however he does not yet feel as comfortable with them.
+Battle: ”Who lead you into the most glorious of battles?”
Although his want for finding war and trouble and slaying monsters have disappeared, it cannot be said that Thor does not find some entertainment and excitement in the heat of battle. A chance to demonstrate his power and use it to bring peace is welcomed though he strives first to find and offer a more peaceful solution.
+Coffee: ”This is good! ANOTHER!”
In a bizarre twist during his first time on Midgard, Thor developed a love for the drink known as coffee. Very different to anything he had tried on Asgard, he has developed a taste for it and requests it whenever he is with SHIELD.
-Loki Laufeyson/Silvertongue:”You’re a talented liar, brother. I wish I could trust you.”
Growing up, Thor enjoyed the times and adventures he and his brother shared. Unaware of Loki’s resentment and anger, he trusted and often confided in him – Loki always seeming to know what to say to both soothe his anger and make the situation better. That was until his brother’s betrayal of Asgard and his attack on Earth when Loki’s true nature was revealed. Heartbroken and appalled by it, Thor tries desperately to regain some of the good person he believes Loki can be back….if it was ever truly there in the first place. He loves his
brother, but he does not like who he has become, and cannot trust him.
-His Father’s Orders: ”I do not wish to fight with you, father.”
While Thor and Odin do get along, and indeed Thor strives to keep his father’s respect and pride, there are decisions his father makes as Kind that Thor disagrees with. He will not go against his own beliefs and morals to obey the wishes of his father and tries constantly to keep Odin a good man in his and his people’s eyes. But Thor believes, Odin thinks not of the people of Asgard but only of his material kingdom and power and will sacrifice anything to keep it. His only hope is that he can teach Baldr better.
-Human Orders: ”You people are so petty…and tiny.”
Thor knows he is far superior to humans in every way, even his super-powered teammates in the Avengers. While he does not come to Earth with rule in mind, he does not appreciate being told what to do or when by them. He has made it clear whose side he is on and offers his support and loyalty, but he is quick to silence those who try to control him.
-Seperation from Jane: ”Forbid me to see her or say she can rule at my side, it changes nothing.”
While on Asgard, Thor pines for Jane as he spends his evenings with Heimdall checking on her – something all those close to him notice. Despite Sif’s interest in him and Odin’s wish that he would act on it, Thor’s heart belongs with his human companion. He hopes desperately for a way to bring her to Asgard once the conflict on Earth is dealt with, though he knows logically there is now way for it to be done.
+Leadership – Thor is a strong and powerful presence on the battlefield and falls naturally into a position of leadership. He can rouse an army int a fighting spirit and a formidable force, and leads always from the front to serve as an inspiration to those who fight with him.
+Mjolnir – The source of most of Thor’s power. His learned control over its gifts has enabled him to harness the power if odderes to freat levels, making him a force to be reckoned with.
+ Master Tactician – With over 1000 years of battlefield experience, Thor has employed and learned strategies and tactics from all corners of the nine realms (including some forgotten ones). Combined with his leadership, there are very few who wouldn’t follow Thor into battle.
+Master Combatant – Known as one of the greatest and most powerful warriors in Asgard (second only to his father), Thor is an expert in combat including hand-to-hand and in the various weapons Asgard has to offer. Even mortal, powerless and weaker than usual, he managed to outgun multiple SHIELD agents with nothing but his fighting prowess.
-Over Confidence: While Thor is no longer as reckless and headstrong as his younger days, his abilities can land him in more trouble than he can forsee. Coupled with his ability to win others confidence in him, and it can lead to danger and ruin. Thankfully, his friends can often talk him into sense and more logical reasoning.
-Jane: While he insists often that his future would be the same if Jane were not in his life, there are few who believe it. She has his heart, and more often recently he has been letting it rule his decisions. He will do anything to keep her safe and focus’ a little too much on Midgard than the other nine realms with some becoming concerned he may soon make the planet his permanent home to be with her.
-Odin: His father has the ability to control Thor’s power, once even removing it from him altogether. As much as Thor desires a life far from his father’s influence, he knows should Odin disapprove or be displeased, he could be stripped of it all over again. As much as he loves Jane, being exiled from Asgard is not a future he wants.
1/Protect Jane and the Nine Realms
2/Be able to trust in Loki again
3/Find a way to keep Jane by his side.
FEARS: Becoming a disgrace to his family and losing any of them to death. Losing Jane.
Thor is a confident, charming and powerful individual whose leadership and abilities have won him many battles and friends across the nine realms. He is rarely found to be unhappy or bad-tempered although recently has been prone to melancholy as he pines for his human love. Many think him ready to take on the challenges that being King of Asgard will present him with, but with the heart and spirit of a warrior – and a pull towards Earth that doesn’t have everything to do with Jane – he tries desperately to make it known it is the last thing he wants for his future.
The temper he had as a child, easily provoked and hard to curb, has been controlled greatly by his father’s lesson and exile to Earth. However, should anyone push him enough (and Loki particularly is a Master of doing so) Thor struggles not to lash out first and ask questions later. He has, however, become far less arrogant and allows his brains and skill to dictate his actions. He has become far wiser for it and uses Earth to continue to learn patience. No-one however should think him docile or a push-over, for all the lessons he has learned to control himself, it has served also to hone his skills in battle to make him more of a formidable opponent.
He loves his family, even Loki though he is disappointed and angered by his brother’s awful betrayal and audacity. His friends are almost as close to him, and Thor’s fierce loyalty and determination to protect them means he would easily and quickly lay down his own life to save theirs. It also makes him a valuable and trustworthy addition to the Avengers team, even though Loki set such a bad precedent for Asgardians in SHIELD’s eyes.
BIRTHPLACE: A Cave in Norway, Midguard. Raised after weaning on Asgard.
RESIDENCE: Primarily Asgard, though is more and more taking residency on Midgard with Jane.
Odin Allfather (Birth Father),
Jord/Gaea/Mother Nature (Birth Mother),
Baldr Odinson (Paternal Younger Half-Brother),
Loki Laufeyson/Silvertongue (Adopted Younger Half Brother)
Hela Lokisdotter (Loki’s Daughter)
Jane Foster (Girlfriend)
Thor is the first-born son of Odin Allfather, King of Asgard, however his
Queen – Frigga – is not Thor’s birth mother. In order that Odin could flex his power across all of the nine realms, he sought to have child that would not only have the power of Asgard but could also have power from the realm of Midgard. In order to achieve this, he sought out the Elder God, Gaea who called herself Jord for Odin’s purposes, also known to the human population as Mother Nature. Succesfully, hidden away in a cave created by Odin in Norway on Midgard, Jord gave birth to Thor and cared for him for the first few months of his life until he could be weaned and Odin brought him to Asgard. It was from here, that Frigga became Thor’s mother with open arms and an open heart to a son that was not hers – something she would not too much later repeat with her next son, Loki. Thor has never been told that Frigga is not his birth mother, and as yet nothing has made him question it.
Growing up, Thor was raised mainly alongside Loki who – as Thor was unaware of his brother’s jealousy and growing hatred – he considered to be his best friend and playmate. He knew of course that they were rivals for Asgard’s throne, however he never considered that Loki took such great offense to his natural, assumed heritage. After all, it was neither Thor’s fault that he had been born first and neither was it reasonable for Loki to get so upset about it. Thor insisted, unaware, that Loki accompany him anywhere his father sought fit to send him. He always included him even as his group of friends grew, and sought sometimes his advice and council when things didn’t go as he liked or wanted as Loki always seemed to have all the right words.
At the age of 8, Thor was requested by Odin to travel to the land of the dwarves, Nidavellir,to beseech the dwarf lords Brokk and Eitri to create three treasures for Asgard's ruler. Of these three treasures, one would made that would become the very source of Thor’s immense power in the future. The hammer – Mjolnir, though Loki had a hand in its awkward design as he distracted the dwarven weaponsmiths, causing the handle to be made too short. On its arrival at Asgard, Odin picked the weapon as the one Thor would one day receive on proving he was worthy of the power. Enchanting it with various spells and powers – including one that made it impossible for anyone to lift except the one who was truly worthy of the power it held – he set it aside for his first born son. For many years, Thor worked and toiled to be physically strong enough to weild it, and became responsible indeed for many heroic deeds across the nine realms. However, it would not be until he was 16 and was sent on a mission with his brother Baldr and friend Sif, that he would learn what he truly needed in order to own and weild Mjolnir. A Pure Heart.
Throughout his childhood and well into his twenties, Thor strived to uphold the warrior culture of the Asgardians he had come to learn and more than that, to prove to his father that he was ready to be King of Asgard. He gained a reputation as Asgard’s greatest warrior and even had his own band of loyal warriors he so frequently rode into battle with – Loki, Lady Sif, Fandral, Hogun and Volstagg. Together they fought and won many battles, though at this time Thor’s over-confidence and recklessness nearly cost them the victory, preferring to charge in and win with brute force than plan and strategise. Along the way, he started to forget what it meant to weild his power, what he had had to learn to gain the respect and bestowment from his father.
It all came to a head, both Thor’s inability to see the kind of person he had become and Loki’s plan to take the throne ahead of Thor, on the day of the ceremony that was to be Thor’s ascension to King. As Odin was about to make the proclamation, he sensed the attack of the Frost Giants in Odin’s vault who were subsequently slayed by the Destroyer. Quickly angered and insulted by the Frost Giant’s audacity against his home and Asgard’s power, Thor sought to send an army to Jotunheim in order that the Frost Giant’s would once more know their place. Odin however forbade it, but under Loki’s clever manipulation, gathered his friends and disobeyed Odin in order to get the answers and revenge he wanted from Laufey – King of Jotunheim. Pride, anger and a need for revenge drove Thor to engage Laufey in a battle with the Jotuns, leaving many of the people vengeful or dead. Odin stepped in just in time to stop Thor and the rest of the group from being outnumbered, however they are sent back to Asgard with the threat from Laufey of a new war hanging over their heads despite the peaceful resolution to the battle of the day. Disappointed and angered by his son’s actions, Odin stripped Thor or Mjolnir and his godlike strength before banishing him to Earth as punishment for his reckless and dangerous behaviour. This left Loki to continue his work uninterrupted on Asgard, and Thor trapped unaware on Earth.
It was here he would, literally, fall into the path of Jane Foster and her team of scientists – including Dr Eric Selvig. Finding his powers stripped from him, and being no longer worthy enough to lift Mjolnir, Thor began to resign himself to a life on Earth, not knowing what Loki’s plans were and not being able to see how any of the actions he could do on Earth would win him back his right to weild his god-like power. During this time, Loki continued to deceive him and convince Thor of his entrapment on Earth by telling him their father had died and his exile was a condition of a peaceful truce with the Jotuns. During a conversation with Jane however about everything he was being forced to abandon – his godhood, Asgard and the Nine Realms, the thought of being stuck as a mortal on Midgard was softened by being with her. It would not be long however, that his group of friends arrive to bring him home and revealed Loki’s betrayal of Thor to him, and his brother’s ascension to the throne.
Loki attacked Midgard with the destroyer, sending it specifically to kill Thor and the traitors that had come to bring the rightful kind back. The Asgardians put up a strong fight but even they were overpowered by the machine’s might. It was here that Thor earned the right to weild his beloved Mjolnir again as he offered his life to the destroyer to save Earth. Defeating the destroyer with his powers restored and promising his alliance with Phil Coulson and SHIELD to help protect the earth in the future, Thor says goodbye to Jane with the promise he would return to her before travalling back to Asgard to stop his brother. It was a promise he would not be able to fulfil however, as he had to destroy the Bifrost in order to stop Loki’s destruction of Jotunheim. He attempts to save Loki’s life as the destruction of the rainbow bridge threatens to send him and Loki into the abyss, however seeing the disappointment from his father, Loki let himself fall.
The result of Thor’s actions saved Jotunheim but weakened the other realms, meaning Thor had to go to work in restoring balance and peace to them, all the while asking Heimdall to keep an eye on Jane for him – knowing that she searched and waited for him still on Earth. A year on from these events however, after mourning for his brother, Frigga discovered that Loki was indeed alive and searching for the Tesseract and that such a search had lead to Earth. With the Bifrost still destroyed and work not completed on restoring it, Odin had to use dark energy in order to send Thor back to Earth.
It was here that Thor would have to confront his brother once more, teaming up with the Avengers – Iron Man, Black Widow, Hulk, Captain America and Hawkeye – to stop the Chitauri invasion Loki had invited in and bring a halt to the chaos his brother threatened the relatively peaceful planet with. Finding Loki defeated by the Hulk, once the Chitauri were defeated, he was quick to take both him and the Tesseract into Asgardian custody. He handed Loki over to his father for punishment and sentencing, disappointed and upset at the person his brother had become.
Now he has returned to Earth more permanently, still on Shield’s advice, keeping Jane out of the loop as Midgard starts to try and prepare for the biggest and most devastating attack it had ever faced. Reunited with his brother Baldr, and also having to try and forge a new trust and relationship with Loki and his daughter Hela, he is prepaired to fight to the death to keep Midgard from destruction alongside his new team of Avengers and the army they are pulling together from all corners of the globe.